The goal of this committee is to help new members feel welcomed in our parish family and to inform them about the various ministries and programs available at All Saints.
The Parish Council is the central coordinating and unifying structure of the parish. It empowers, enlightens, and supports our parish community by acting as a consultative body to the pastor. – It is a channel through which the laity, religious and priest plan and coordinate the spiritual, financial, and educational life of our parish. Membership on the Parish Council is through self-nomination when elections are held in the spring of the year, and is open to any member of the parish over the age of 18. Parish Council members accept a three-year commitment. Meetings are held monthly on the third Tuesday, and each member is encouraged to serve as a liaison for other parish committees by attending their meetings.
Current Membership: John Brennan
(Chairman), Wayne Lundt (Vice-Chairman), Mary Seaman
(Secretary), Lori Cumbie, Wayne Gustke, Bob Hendee, Lawrence
Nigbor and Jim Marks.
The Finance Council is a consultative
body of lay people, mandated by canon law, whose purpose is to
advise the Pastor in matters pertaining to the financial affairs
of the parish. All Saints Finance Council aids the All Saints
Family in analyzing, budgeting, investing and communicating
financial information. The Finance Council brings together
parishioners with expertise in areas such as accounting,
banking, investments, and business management. For this reason,
members are appointed by the Pastor.
Current Membership: Dan Petersen
(Chairman), Ginni Hoinacki, Bob Malchetske, Chuck Fehl, Felicia
Members include the Pastor, heads of various liturgical ministries and anyone interested in planning and implementing particular details of the liturgical celebrations in the parish. Their goal is to help provide an environment of prayer and celebration that is welcoming, meaningful, reverent and transforming.
Meetings are usually held in August, October, January, and
The All Saints Parish Education
Commission is an advisory body, operating various programs for
the education of Catholics, regardless of race or national
origin at Berlin, Wisconsin. It is subject to such regulations
that might proceed from the Diocesan level. The purpose of the
commission is to further the teaching mission of the Catholic
Church within the local community by promoting various forms of
Christian education that will best serve the needs of the
Current Membership: Jason Kreuscher
(President), Catherine Kujawa (Vice President), Julie
Carriveau (Secretary), Cathy Hargrave, Mary Kay Blazel,
Brian Disterhalf, Ann Budde, Nancy Schmitz.
Our mission is to
encourage prayer for the protection of every life from
conception to natural death and for the end of abortion in our
time. We provide information or the continuing education of our
parish family and the surrounding community on the sacredness of
life. Every 3rd Tuesday of the month following the evening Mass,
a rosary is prayed for the unborn and for all expectant mothers.
Won’t you please join us?
Council of Catholic Women
CCW is an organization for all women of the parish. The aim
of the group is to unite the women of our parish in
religious, educational, and social activities, to do good
works, and enrich the lives of the people we touch. In
addition to supporting the parish with prayer, service and
financial assistance, we contribute to international
organizations such as Water for Life, and Christian
Foundation for Children and Aging. Meetings are held on the
first Tuesday of the month September through June.
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is an
organization of Catholic men committed to charity, unity,
fraternity and patriotism. Founded in 1882 by Father McGivney
in New Haven Connecticut, the group was organized to aid one
another in times of sickness or death; strengthen themselves and
each other in faith; and to be of service to the Church and
community. Our local council and 4th degree assembly each meet
monthly. The Knights support the parish by ushering for Sunday
Mass and volunteering for various parish events. They raise and
donate funds for charitable needs and projects including Special
Olympics and pro-life organizations through Tootsie Roll and
Life-Saver candy sales as well as Bingo and other activities.
Holy Name Society
All men of the parish are welcome and encouraged to become involved in the Holy Name Society which promotes reverence for the sacred names of God and Jesus Christ. The organization encourages the personal sanctification and holiness of its members who are called to build the kingdom of God; teaching, spreading and defending faith in Christ by practicing and promoting special devotion to the Most Holy Name of Jesus. Its members sponsor various activities in the parish, including a Pancake Breakfast, Mother/Daughter Breakfast and an annual Healing Mass. Members are invited to attend an annual weekend retreat. Meetings are held the second Monday of the month September through June.